Tatworth, Chard, Somerset, TA20

£385,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A charming converted 3 bedroom Edwardian cottage in delightful secluded 0.19 acre gardens with double garage and private driveway.

SITUATION

Crossways Cottage is a charming and picturesque attached house which dates back to the early 20th century. It enjoys a convenient semi rural position, located on the edge of the South Somerset village of South Chard, which coupled with the adjoining village of Tatworth and Perry Street form an active rural community supporting a wide range of amenities including a primary school, shop, beautiful church and 2 public houses.

 

The Somerset town of Chard lies some 2.4 miles to the North offering a wide range of day to day amenities, regular markets selling a wide range of crafts and antiques and sports centre and swimming pool.

 

South Chard provides excellent communication links, the A30 is a short drive, the mainline rail link at Axminster to London (Waterloo) is 5 miles away and there are regular buses from Tatworth to near by Chard.

 

The Jurassic Coast is some 10 miles away.

DESCRIPTION

Crossways Cottage is privately set amidst enclosed gardens and grounds with PVCu double glazed entrance doors to both front and rear into the hall with its tiled floor and staircase rising to the first floor and two double bedrooms. A combination of stripped pine and glazed panelled doors open into a Cloakroom, Bathroom, 3rd Bedroom/Study, Kitchen and Dining Room. The Kitchen is beautifully presented in cottage style with a contemporary twist incorporating pine units with granite effect surfaces and co-ordinating tiled splash backs. The Dining Room opens out into the Sitting Room both featuring leaded light effect PVCu double glazed windows and stone exposed walling. Wide French doors open to a PVCu double glazed Conservatory with tiled floor and underfloor heating creating a a year round room from which to enjoy the delightful gardens.

Across one side of the Hall is the Bathroom with tiled floor and suite incorporating a shower over the bath. Adjoining is a separate cloakroom with second w.c and the 3rd bedroom, located on the ground floor and also doubling as a Study/Snug.

On the first floor at the top of the staircase from the Hall is a deep built in cupboard and doors on either side into two double bedrooms with sloping character ceilings, exposed roof timbers, built in eaves wardrobe/cupboard storage and leaded light effect double glazed windows.

OUTSIDE

A particular feature of this charming village home are the delightful private enclosed gardens. Approached over a gated tarmacadam driveway with fenced boundary and lined with mature trees and shrubs, the gardens open out around the cottage to the side, front and rear with well kept lawns, hedged borders and specimen trees providing a natural leafy canopy.

To one side is a level paved patio providing a warm, sheltered terrace also housing a timber storage shed and greenhouse. At the end of the drive is a detached double garage with overhead storage, power and light, up and over door and painted sealed floor.

SERVICES

All mains services connected.

VIEWING

Strictly by appointment with the agents, Stags Honiton 01404 45885.

DIRECTIONS

From the town of Chard to the North, take the A358 towards Axminster heading South. Continue past the turning to Chard Junction, Perry Street and Tatworth and on past Ye Old Poppe Inn, a thatched public house on the right hand side. Take the next turning left into New Lane opposite a property called Brockfield.

Follow this lane and at the T Junction with the small grass triangle, turn right signposted Axminster. Crossways Cottage will be on the right hand side with a parking bay in front or the pretty wrought iron entrance gates.

These particulars are a guide only and should not be relied upon for any purpose.

Arrange viewing 01404 758007

Stags - Honiton Sales

Bank House, 66 High Street, Honiton, Devon, EX14 1PS

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